Painting can maintain the value of your home and protect your investment. Painting a House Interior is cheapest and most impact house improvement. Call (647) 287-9769 to schedule a free house painting estimate.
Step 1: Prep your walls, Inspect walls for cracks, holes, dents or other surface imperfections and patch those up by drywall compound. Make sure the walls are clean and free from dust
Step 2: Mask the room with painter’s tape, Protect areas which doesn’t intend to paint, green or blue tape
Step 3: Protect floors and furniture with a drop cloth (canvas, plastic and paper)
Step 4: ‘Cut in’ the room, Create 2- to 3-inch bands around the edges of the walls where they meet ceilings, baseboards, other walls, door and window frames, and hinges
Step 5: Prime your walls, Painting new drywall, priming helps seal the wall and can help prevent mold
Step 6: Sand and clean to prepare for painting, Lightly sand away bumps, ridges and other surface imperfections
Step 7: Paint the walls, Cut in the room again, this time with the paint, Start paint the rooms
Those steps will apply to all the house where we are painters Toronto, Brampton and Mississauga, Milton, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Caledon, Richmond Hill, Mono, King.
This is the video demo how we paint the ceiling
Type Of Paint
Normally used for walls and ceilings
Great for low- to moderate-traffic areas such as bedrooms and ceilings
To high-traffic areas
It’s best for areas regularly exposed to moisture, like washrooms and kitchens
Much more suitable interior wall paint
It’s ideal for any room in your home
A radiant sheen with superior scrubbability, durability and moisture resistance.
Ideal for trim, interior shutters, cabinets and moulding, as well as high-moisture areas
Easy to clean with just soap and water
The most common interior wall paint
Prefer to use it on woodwork because of its high shine
Creates a glass-like finish for trim, moulding, woodwork, cabinets and doors